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  • Leftover Chana dal and some roast curried cauliflower...It was awesome!
    “The significant problems we face cannot be solved at the same level we created them.” Albert Einstein

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    • I cooked too much food a couple of weeks ago so froze it and found it again today. I wouldn't have enjoyed a 3rd meal of the same leftovers at that time, but I'm glad for it today. Roast chicken drumsticks, potatoes and frozen vege. Yum!
      It is more fun to talk with someone who doesn't use long, difficult words but rather short, easy words like "What about lunch?" – Winnie the Pooh

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      • Bratwurst sausages, with sourdough bread and some avocado and red onions
        "After all is said and done, more is said than done."
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        • leftover Kielbasa, potatoes and sauerkraut
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          • HotButton
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            HotButton
            It's just what I call it when people use an expression that actually says or means the opposite of what is intended; ''could care less'' would be another prime example.
            Yesterday, 11:44 PM
          • B
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            B
            That makes sense, I guess. Off is the inverse of on, which makes based off the inverse of based on. Got it. ...
            Yesterday, 08:50 PM
          • B
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            B
            Okay, I know what a colloquialism is, but what is an inverse colloquialism?

            Probrien, in addition to HotButton's comments, which I agree with, the ad is a bit confusing. Maybe it's lacking...
            Yesterday, 08:48 PM
          • PrintDriver
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            PrintDriver
            ''Based off'' is inverse of ''based on.'' ''Based on'' is a colloquialism.
            I think.
            I have not had enough to drink to play this game.

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            Yesterday, 08:27 PM
          • pobrien
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            pobrien
            Thanks for the feedback. That all makes a lot of sense. I'll take these points and re-work things....
            Yesterday, 04:06 PM
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